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Author Topic: CB350 Scrambler Siblings  (Read 5832 times)

Offline CrabsAndCylinders

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #50 on: Apr 06, 2017, 16:34:27 »
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Offline spotty

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #51 on: Apr 06, 2017, 21:33:28 »
I'm still a hack when it comes to building bikes,

sir, as the appointed representative of the local bodgers and hackers association, I must take exception to your above statement. until you see fit to make badly shaped bits of crap out of old street signs and traffic light shrouds, please refrain form calling yourself a hack. please refer to yourself as a craftsman for you are surely of that despised guild that us lot can only aspire to

lovely work. do you fancy a holiday in Australia to do a bit of your sort of hacking on my (hopefully soon) future 750/4 scrambler? unpaid of course, as you clearly only do this sort of thing as a labour of love
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Offline ncologerojr

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #52 on: Apr 06, 2017, 21:45:10 »

Offline ncologerojr

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #53 on: Apr 06, 2017, 21:53:33 »
sir, as the appointed representative of the local bodgers and hackers association, I must take exception to your above statement. until you see fit to make badly shaped bits of crap out of old street signs and traffic light shrouds, please refrain form calling yourself a hack. please refer to yourself as a craftsman for you are surely of that despised guild that us lot can only aspire to

lovely work. do you fancy a holiday in Australia to do a bit of your sort of hacking on my (hopefully soon) future 750/4 scrambler? unpaid of course, as you clearly only do this sort of thing as a labour of love

 Well, thank you. But, compared to the craftsmen that I look up to, I am just a hack. Take a look at Ryan's work at R.A.W. Body Design and Fabrication. He's on your side of the pond near Melbourne. Ryan is a real craftsman and a hell of a nice guy. He has a lot of stuff up on Facebook.
  I get some money for my bikes, but not much at all. The sales just allow me to keep building. It is still very much a labor of love.
  I would fancy a holiday in Australia though!

Offline spotty

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #54 on: Apr 07, 2017, 00:13:12 »
that's some spectacular work he's doing there
he's actually only a few miles from my place, I live up in the hills outside Melbourne in a tiny place called Kalorama, we're both hillbillies it seems. I shall have to chase up a visit next time i'm out that way
being up in the hills is one of the reasons I want to build the worlds 2nd biggest trailbike (I've seen a CB900 in full enduro trim a long time ago), we're a bit bushfire prone up there and I might need it to get the hell out straight down the side of the hill one day. another reason is mrs spotty won't let me buy any more bikes so I gotta go with what I've got and the Vmax just isn't a candidate for the dirt
short fast loud, three things punk rock and vmaxs have in common

south of the border, down melbourne way

Offline ncologerojr

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #55 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:17:16 »

that's some spectacular work he's doing there
he's actually only a few miles from my place, I live up in the hills outside Melbourne in a tiny place called Kalorama, we're both hillbillies it seems. I shall have to chase up a visit next time i'm out that way
being up in the hills is one of the reasons I want to build the worlds 2nd biggest trailbike (I've seen a CB900 in full enduro trim a long time ago), we're a bit bushfire prone up there and I might need it to get the hell out straight down the side of the hill one day. another reason is mrs spotty won't let me buy any more bikes so I gotta go with what I've got and the Vmax just isn't a candidate for the dirt

Yeah, Ryan is a real master. I chat with him from time to time. He's a super nice guy and is always willing to let me pick his brain.

That 750 trail bike is going to be a challenge. Is it Sohc or a dohc model? I would say that the front suspension will be the biggest hurdle. Try finding a beefy and longer than stock front end. You'll want to increase your ground clearance while also increasing, or at least maintaining, the stock trail numbers once you extend the rear shocks. Everything else should be pretty easy.

Offline ncologerojr

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CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #56 on: Apr 07, 2017, 16:44:43 »
A couple videos From the past week.




Offline jones562

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #57 on: Apr 07, 2017, 18:33:07 »
What tires are those.  Build looks great!

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Offline ncologerojr

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #58 on: Apr 08, 2017, 13:52:39 »
What tires are those.  Build looks great!

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Thanks. They are Shinko's. I don't remember the model off the top of my head. But they are the same as I used on my last cb350 build, and I believe I listed the model in that build thread.

Offline dannywrx88

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Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Reply #59 on: Apr 09, 2017, 08:16:18 »
This gives me the James may "fizz" if my build turns out half as good as this I'll b wrapped


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